aScott Schnoll has the amazing ability to present deeply technical information in an easy-to-understand, light-hearted way. This book is a must-read for anyone who is implementing Exchange 2003.a aPaul Bowden, lead program manager, Exchange Server Development, Microsoft Corporation aScott Schnollas clear, concise writing style and diverse knowledge makes his Exchange 2003 book readable and valuable to anyone deploying, inheriting, or considering Exchange Server 2003. An excellent, thorough, all-purpose Exchange 2003 book.a aWilliam Lefkovics, senior messaging and systems analyst, eEye Digital Security aThis is one Exchange Server book that youall actually enjoy reading from cover to cover. You wonat want to put it down . . . I didnat! Itas easy to read, yet it contains all of the essential information that you need to know.a Christopher Meirick, co-blogger, MS Exchange Blog: http://www.msexchange.co.uk aScott Schnollas knowledge of Exchange is second to none, and he has the ability to take very technical topics and explain them in a manner that is easy to digest. This book should be in every Exchange administratoras toolkit.a Mark Fugatt, MCT, Exchange MVP aI really enjoyed reading this book. I found it to be extremely informative, especially in covering the new features of Exchange 2003. I have no doubts in recommending this book to those who are serious about Exchange 2003.a aNeil Hobson, Exchange MVP, lead messaging consultant, Silversands aScott has written the essential administrative guide for Exchange 2003 deployment. Not only covering the ahow-to, a but also truly exploring the awhat-ifa scenarios as well.a aKevin T. Price, deputy chief technical officer, CMS Information Services, Inc. aAn essential technical reference containing the critical information necessary for successful administration and deployment of Exchange Server 2003. New features, removed featuresathis book covers it all.a aJames V. Walker, consultant aScott Schnollas clear, concise writing style and diverse knowledge make his Exchange 2003 book readable and valuable to anyone deploying, inheriting, or considering Exchange Server 2003. An excellent, thorough, all-purpose Exchange book.a aWilliam Lefkovics, Senior Messaging and Systems Analyst, eEye Digital Security Nearly three years in the making, Exchange Server 2003 is the most reliable and secure messaging solution that Microsoft has ever produced. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled is a practical, hands-on guide designed to bring readers quickly up to speed on the latest changes and enhancements to the leading e-mail server. Drawing on his involvement in Microsoftas Exchange Server 2003 Joint Development Program, author Scott Schnoll offers the detailed technical information that Exchange administrators need to know. He has a clear and concise style, and focuses on whatas new, whatas improved, and whatas been removed from Exchange Server 2003. Throughout the book Scott illustrates key points with real-world scenarios, and provides best practices drawn from his years of experience working with Exchange. You will find answers to a variety of important questions, such as: What features have been included in Exchange Server 2003 to replace Exchange Server 2000 and 5.5 features? Chapter 3 How do you use Internet Mail Wizard to configure Exchange for Internet messaging? Chapter 4 What does Exchange Server 2003 offer for remote security, and how can you now better block unwanted e-mail? Chapter 6 How do you back up, restore, and recover data using Recovery Storage Groups, Windows Volume Shadow Service, and other features? Chapter 8 How do you use the new Outlook Mobile Access and Exchange ActiveSync features? Chapter 9 What tuning and configuration patterns will work best for your organization? Chapter 10 032124592XB04022004HTTP (e.g., Microsoft Hotmail) ac POP3 ac IMAP4 If you use Outlook 2003 in Cached Exchange Mode, the junk e-mail filter feature ... PST file, the junk e-mail filter lists are stored on the Outlook client and therefore are available only from the computer on which they were created. ... These messages are typically sent to the e-mail alias for the groupa#39;s distribution list, such as subscribersAr themailinglist.com.
|Title||:||Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Professional - 2004|